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(Photo by Robert Patterson/Getty Images)WELLINGTON - DECEMBER 1: Actor Orlando Bloom attends the World Premiere of 'Lord of the Rings - Return of the King' held on December 1, 2003 at the Embassy Theatre, in Wellington, New Zealand.
(Photo by Dean Treml/Getty Images)CANNES, FRANCE - MAY 13: Actors Orlando Bloom and Diane Kruger who is wearing Chopard jewelry attend the World Premiere of the epic movie 'Troy' at Le Palais de Festival May 13, 2004 in Cannes, France.
Here’s a look at some other famous tough guys who veered into comedy and found box-office gold.
Marlon Brando The elder statesman of cinematic toughs (“The Wild One,” “On the Waterfront”), Brando in “The Freshman” (1990) stepped into a role that references and riffs on his iconic character from “The Godfather” films with gusto. does it with such wit, discipline, and seriousness that it's not a rip-off and it's not a cheap shot, it's a brilliant comic masterstroke,” critic Roger Ebert wrote.
The cardinal didn't end up endorsing either candidate, to the delight of Eli. I mean, even talking about it here, I'm being selfish. Now this has to end," she told him holding back tears. "Death of a Client" was a wonderful episode of "The Good Wife." Why can't they all be like this? (Photo by Evan Agostini/Getty Images) TOKYO, JAPAN - APRIL13: Actor Orlando Bloom attends a press conference to promote the film 'Kingdom of Heaven ' on April 13, 2005 in Tokyo, Japan. (Photo by Koichi Kamoshida/Getty Images) LONDON - MAY 2: Actor Orlando Bloom has his picture taken with a fan as he arrives at the European Premiere of 'Kingdom of Heaven' at the Empire Leicester Square on May 2, 2005 in London.(Photo by Chris Jackson/Getty Images) VENICE, ITALY - SEPTEMBER 04: Actor Orlando Bloom waves as he arrives by boat for the photocall for out of competition film 'Elizabethtown' at the Palazzo del Casino as part of the 62nd Venice Film Festival on September 4, 2005 in Venice, Italy.Note: Do not read on if you have not yet seen Season 4, Episode 19 of CBS' "The Good Wife," titled "Death of a Client." "The Good Wife" killed John Noble and turned his death into one of the best episodes of the series. In "Death of a Client," Alicia's night on the town with Peter at the Shamrock Dinner is ruined by the news of Matthew's ("Fringe" star Noble) murder. Noble's character was quite eccentric -- would you have him any other way? The police lied to Alicia and said they found her address in the GPS of the murderer's car in an effort to get her to break attorney/client privilege. It's that willingness to sue that ended Matthew's life. It was a court-less episode with no real case, which was quite the treat and a very needed change of pace. The kids didn't annoy me for once and whenever viewers are given more insight into Alicia's past, the more I appreciate the character. "The more you know." Can't wait for more Alicia/Veronica interaction.The police question Alicia about Matthew, a previously unseen client until now. It wasn't the CIA, a crooked cop or the phone company that did him in, rather it was the owner of a barking dog he previously sued. According to Veronica, Alicia was quite the wild child. Also, can we get Stockard Channing to stick around more? Over in election land, Matthew Perry returned as Mike, the Republican candidate for governor.